Graduate Studies at UM Music
Perform, teach, and participate in research and outreach as a UM Music graduate student. Gain classroom teaching experience. Perform in chamber groups and take leadership roles in ensembles. Conduct research important to you, guided by experienced faculty. Focus on solo performance, and reach the next level of musicianship.
With a number of different degree paths, UM Music offers graduate students the freedom to focus on their music-related goals.
For general information on any of the master degrees, contact Dr. Rhonda Hackworth, Graduate Coordinator in Music.
Master of Music
- Instrumental Music Performance (contact Michael Rowlett)
- Piano Music Performance (contact Ian Hominick)
- Collaborative Piano (contact Adrienne Park)
- Vocal Music Performance (contact Bradley Robinson)
- Music Education (contact Rhonda Hackworth)
- Choral Conducting (contact Don Trott)
- Ethnomusicology (contact George Worlasi Kwasi Dor)
- Musicology (contact Thomas Peattie)
- Music Theory (contact John Latartara)
PhD in Music with emphasis in Music Education
- The PhD is designed for students who wish to pursue advanced study in preparation for university teaching, research, and other leadership roles in music education.